The weather is perfectly fine here, don’t worry. *wink* The title has nothing to do about the weather though. I’m just amused at how another common word has found its way into computer jargon. Just like the mouse, which we associate with the movie Ratatouille, now it is that thing we use to click and drag whatever icon or character we see on the computer screen. Now there’s the cloud, and in techie terms it is not what you see floating in the sky. For computer geeks, the cloud is a virtual storage in the Internet where you can upload your files and keep a backup of them securely.
Storing your data up in the cloud, known as online backup, is now getting more popular especially with big businesses. Some folks are also using online backup for storage of personal files. Whatever one’s purpose may be, online backup offers some advantages than keeping files in physical disks.
When choosing an online backup site though, check out reviews on top online backup companies and compare what each company has to offer when it comes to price, data security, user-friendliness, customer support and other important features. Browse over at online comparison sites to get more info on the top choices for online backup companies and compare the details. With virtual storage, your files are not subject to physical damage, theft, viruses, or forgetting where you kept them.